Wednesday, September 04, 2013

FIGHT NIGHT: Two Brawls Reported In Under An Hour Wednesday, Arrests Made

Police on the street handled a couple of interesting calls before and during Wednesday night's CAPS meeting:

6:42PM
Six adults were reported to be fighting on the corner of Halsted and Waveland. At 7:05PM, two offenders were taken into custody at 3641 N. Fremont, directly behind the 19th district police station.

7:36PM
Several 911 callers reported a group of females fighting outside of the Walgreens, 3646 N. Broadway at Waveland. Officers on-scene determined that the females were actually men dressed as women. The following descriptions were given: One wore a yellow outfit with tassels; the second wore a white tank top; and the third fought in a black skin tight dress

At 7:53PM, the primary unit assigned to the call asked for a transport vehicle to take at least one offender to the police lock-up from the Center on Halsted.

14 comments:

  1. These people cannot in any way be connected to the Center on Halsted also located at Halsted and Waveland. In fact, I am confident that no criminals ever use the services of Center on Halsted.

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  2. Tired of amateur double-speak from the alderman, COH, and the police commander. The people who live in this neighborhood are too smart to be lied to. Shorten the leash on the bad folks or watch for sale signs grow like grass around here....

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  3. We are only perceiving what goes on at the CoH. We only perceive that men/women are fighting. I only perceive that tonight's CAPS meeting was a waste of time. And Tunney, if doing your job, which includes coming to CAPS meetings is so boring (as evidenced by your I-can't-be-bothered-by-this look you displayed for the entire meeting) then let someone else do your job. In fact, prepare for that, come the next election.

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  4. It is 4AM and there is a WGN news van sitting outside the CoH.

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  5. Well if any arrests were made, and if there were to be any convictions, rest assured, COH would hold another seminar and coach the offenders through the process of having their criminal records expunged.

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  6. Oh if ONLY we could LINK those offenders in the fight to COH.

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  7. I think it is awesome that WGN was parked outside the COH. It would be great if their objective was to start catching/videotaping the nightly MAYHEM in this area, and have their own news broadcast report about it.

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  8. Unfortunately, it seems WGN's report was on the Minneapolis mayor coming to Chicago to get gay couples to come to his city to get married.

    http://wgntv.com/2013/09/05/minneapolis-mayor-courting-chicago-gay-couples/

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  9. A group of "men dressed as women" in a big brawl.
    Now THAT's an entertainment district!!

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  10. They were from the COH. It actually started on the second floor and moved west on Waveland. They stopped in front of the apartment building behind the center. The security gaurd from the center was the one that called the police.

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  11. Wasn't that little weasly guy from the CoH at the CAPS meeting last night? Not sure but it looked like him ... suit, tie, etc. I guess he didn't have much to say. Is he an intern, or a real employee or what? Whatever, he doesn't inspire me much as for leadership of the CoH.

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  12. "Wasn't that little weasly guy from the CoH at the CAPS meeting last night?"

    Yes, that was him, and also gracing the CAPS meeting with her presence was the weasly girl from the Crib. I noticed a number of people hugging the weasle from COH before the meeting began. I think they all got wind of a possible appearance by the WFLD News cameras, so they turned out for their close-ups. Didn't happen.

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  13. actually the men dressed as women jumped a woman in walgreens and then fled back to the coh where they were caught.

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  14. Anonymous said...
    actually the men dressed as women jumped a woman in walgreens and then fled back to the coh where they were caught.
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    Indeed, one of the first calls to 911 reported the incident as a "fight" inside the Walgreens. Thank you for the additional info, Anonymous.

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